William Hubard (1807-62)
Phineas Beaumont (1786-1865)
A decorative full length handcut portrait silhouette with bronzed highlights set in a verre eglomise mount by Master Hubard.
“William Hubard was a boy prodigy who cut his first silhouette at the age of twelve. After touring Britain as “The Hubard Gallery” for fourteen years, he emigrated to America and eventually became a successful portrait painter”….Extract from Silhouettes by Kevin McSwiggan.
Phineas Beaumont was engineer to the Huddersfield Canal Company.
The paper has an old tear and crease see images. Minor repairs to frame.
26cm x 16cm (43cm x 33cm framed)
10 x 6.25 inches (17 x 13 inches framed)
William Hubard (1807-62) Portrait Miniature Silhouette of Phineas Beaumont